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Google Yanks Quickoffice From Google Play, App Store

Google is killing Quickoffice two years after acquiring it. Google acquired the productivity software maker in June of 2012, then launched an iPad app later that year. Early last year, they put out the Android and iPhone versions, then made the service free to all users last fall, while giving away Google Drive storage. In a recent post to the …

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Google Makes Quickoffice Free To All Users, Gives Away Drive Storage

Google announced on Thursday that it is making Quickoffice free for everyone. The product had been free for Google Apps for Business customers, but now it’s free for anybody with a Google account. Google acquired the productivity software in June of 2012. Later that year, the company launched the Quickoffice iPad app. In April, they launched apps for Android and …

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Google Launches Quickoffice For Android, iPhone

Last June, Google acquired Quickoffice. In December, Google launched an iPad app. Google announced today that Quickoffice is now available for Android and iPhone. “One of the easiest ways to share old files and collaborate with others is to convert them to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides,” writes product manager Mark Beaton in a blog post. “However, not everyone you …

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Google Launches Quickoffice iPad App

Earlier this year, Google acquired Quickoffice. Google says it has been working to make it easier for people to work with their legacy Microsoft Office files by converting them to Google docuements, and by editing them in Quickoffice itself. Today, they’ve provided an update, and launched an iPad app. “You’ve always had the option to convert documents from popular formats …

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Google Acquires Quickoffice Ahead of Google Docs Dissolution

Quickoffice, maker of productivity software for mobile devices, has been acquired by Google. The acquisition comes at a time when Google is preparing to transfer all files saved with Google Docs, which has been the company’s cloud-based office software, over to Google Drive. While Google Docs might be disappearing, picking up Quickoffice indicates that Google isn’t letting its efforts to …

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